Anonymous asked: What would my siblings call me, since I am genderqueer? Is there another gender neutral word that goes with brother and sister?

I’ve heard some people use niblings, but I mean just sibling works as well. Any other suggestions, followers?

Anonymous asked: What exactly is genderqueer?

Basically, it’s any non-conforming gender identity. It can be an umbrella term covering any nonbinary gender, or it can be an identity itself.

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Anonymous asked: i was born female and am genderfluid, recently id rather certain people to refer to me as male, never female. like these are people i tend to feel uncomfortable around and or are very timid of. when they use female pronouns to refer to me, i feel really sick and anxious. but when my close friends use them, im fine with it, no bad feelings at all. even people I've known for a few days, I'm fine with it. it's just certain people who are 'intimidating' to me.. is this normal?

I think so. Are they generally sort of unaccepting of trans*folk? That may be it.

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Anonymous asked: I am very lost. One hour I'm watching FTM vlogs and completely identifying with everything transmen feel, and the next I've convinced myself I am indeed female, just really tomboyish. I have real small breasts (A), but wide hips and a small waist and shoulders. To deemphasize these curves, I haven't been eating enough, and when I eat a healthy amount, I get really anxious. I don't like the idea of personally not fitting into the binary (though when anyone else does I'm very accepting). Advice?

Hmmm, I’m gonna defer to my followers on this one. Followers, advice?

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PSA

I’ve been hella wicked fuckin busy and I’ve got 40+ things in the inbox right now and I’m gonna be without internet for the next three days so I queued a few few things (like two, which is all I had time for today), and when I have internet again Tuesday/Wednesday, I’ll properly queue stuff up, but for the time being the Ask/Submissions box is CLOSED!

sorry bebs i promise i’ll be back at it asap, the past two weeks have been really hectic for me irl, I haven’t even been on my personal all that much.

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-Cris.

1060) The constant reminder that I will probably never be neutrally addressed by strangers. Ever. The inevitable “ma’am” or “sir”. The avoidance of correcting improper pronouns and gender assumptions due to uncomfortable and possibly dangerous reactions. Will I ever have the luxury to live comfortably and authentically in a world outside of the internet?

1059) The day after I came out as genderqueer my mom suggested I host a ladies night.

1058) Today I pinned a men’s suit to my style board on Pinterest. I know this doesn’t sound like anything special, but I’m a female who’s been struggling with her gender identity for a while now. I haven’t told anyone what I’ve been feeling. It’s doubtful anyone will call me out on it, but it was still a big deal for me. I think I want to stay with my female pronouns and am fine with appearing female, but sometimes I want to dress like a man because, well, sometimes I feel like one. It’s scary, and I’m scared as hell, but I’m trying to be true to myself. And if pinning men’s fashion on Pinterest makes me feel closer to who I am, then I’m going to do it, dammit.

1057) I want to slap people who dare use the term ‘tranny chaser’ or get offended when someone prefers transexuals or non-binary folks. Reason why it hurts me is because I am genderqueer and prefer non-cis people because there is a level of understanding that I feel I can’t get with them. All of my cisrelationships no matter how kind the man or woman was I always felt so violated physically or by their unintended treatment of me. So please don’t demonize someone instantly saying ‘They are fetishists’.